Thefredmann

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  1. This video got me into omorashi

    Where exactly is this list?
  2. Scene from arabic movie?

    Bumping for visibility. Does anyone have this scene?
  3. I know this doesn't fix the first problem, but you could always just remove the audio.
  4. Scene from arabic movie?

    I fail to see how that's at all relevant to my question... And anyway, it seems like you are in the minority in thinking that.
  5. Scene from arabic movie?

    I remember watching a scene from an Arabic language film (I believe it was Egyptian) which had a group of people outside who for some reason could not use the bathroom. There were men, women, and children in the group, all clearly desperate, and it went on for a while. It was a pretty good scene if I recall, as far as desperation goes. Anyway, it seems like the original youtube video of it has been taken down. Does anyone have it?
  6. Should we feel kind of bad about our omorashi fetish?

    So when you say "morality refers only to the causation of suffering", you seem to be implying that you do think there is a limit, which is when it causes someone suffering.
  7. Should we feel kind of bad about our omorashi fetish?

    Don't you think there are limits to that line of thinking, though? You think if something makes you feel good, you should indulge in that thing and not worry about the morality of it at all?
  8. The girl who can't hold it

    No, I was just being a smartass with no better ideas, haha. Sorry about that.
  9. The girl who can't hold it

    lol not a lot of variety there
  10. top 10 desperations (mild rant)

    Maybe he was just saying that this vid was so good that it's in his top ten favorite videos. People occasionally use the phrase like that, eg: "That is definitely a top ten movie."
  11. Accents and Desperation

    This might offend some people, since I know there are a lot of british people on here, but british accents are absurdly overrated in the US. I find american accents much more attractive.
  12. Psychology of omorashi

    Reading back over this post, I am kind of embarrassed to share this info, even in this totally anonymous format, but I think it would be good for me to finally tell someone about this stuff. So whateves :P I think it develops differently for different people, but I pretty much know exactly how it happened for me. See, my mom is pretty conservative, and she has always really hated "potty humor" in any form. When I was a kid I used to watch loads of cartoons, and she did not let me watch shows like Ed Edd and Eddy or The Grim Adventure of Billy and Mandy because she felt they were too crude. The thing is, my brain has a really weird thing about taboos that I still do not totally understand. When it is instilled in me that something is taboo, I sometimes develop a lot of anxiety around that thing. Let me give you an example (Which by the way I have never told to anyone before): My mom really hated words she deemed as "crude", like the word "butt". Whenever a character on tv said that word she would get upset. Of course, as a kid, the word was very frequently used by other kids my age, but I never used it. It wasn't just a matter of me not wanting to say it around her, I couldn't even bring myself to say it when I was totally alone. I had a mental block around the word, and, to this day, I have never once said it out loud. I know how bizarre that is. I mean, I'm an adult now. I assume I will probably say it eventually, but the thought of doing so still kinda stresses me out. Obviously, I have problems. But getting back to how this fetish developed, my mom of course did not like scenes in cartoons when characters really had to pee, and it was played up for comedic effect. I, however, found them hilarious, but there was a sort of "forbidden-ness" about it. Also, as a kid, I really wanted to be an actor. However, I was afraid that if I was an actor, I might have to do/say thing I didn't want to. What if I had to say crude jokes? What if I had to say the word "butt"? But worst of all, what if my character really had to pee? For some reason, this struck me as the most humiliating, life ruining thing that could ever happen. I developed anxiety around these fears as well. Later on, when I was like 12 or so, I started seriously fantasizing about female desperation. The thing is, my fantasies were not about girls who actually needed to pee, but rather for imaginary scenes in movies where a girl really has to pee. That's the unique thing about my fetish, it's not actually for girls who have to pee, it's for girls acting like they have to pee, whether or not it's because they actually do. I don't know if anyone else in the world has this particular fetish but me. I should also note that my fetish is exclusive, meaning it's pretty much the only thing that arouses me.
  13. Is omorashi really that uncommon as a fetish?

    I have given a lot of thought to this question. Because it is so taboo, it is very hard to get an idea of exactly how common it is. I don't even have an idea of how many people are aware of omorashi as a fetish. I have only seen it referenced outside of the fetish world a few times. There was a Phillip Defranco called something like "best friends watching weird fetish videos" where one of the videos was a omorashi vid (just wetting, no desp). This was not so unusual, but the thing that shocked me was that two of the girls in the video had already heard of omorashi. I had no idea that normal people who were not personally into the fetish would just casually know about it. Also, there is a sex education youtube channel called sexplanation, which recently had a video about urination, and briefly referenced omorashi. I do have a suspicion that there are plenty of people who are turned on by pee desperation but have never given it much thought. On a lot of desp videos on youtube, I see comments by people who obviously stumbled upon the video by accident saying something along the lines of, "why am I turned on by this?" I've also seen a few posts online in message boards or on yahoo answers by girls asking if it was normal to feel aroused when they have a full bladder. I mean, there is obviously something inherently sexual about pee desperation. Pee comes from your genitalia, it's humiliating/taboo, there's the infantilization aspect, losing control over your body, it has a lot going for it. So yeah, I might just be a conspiracy theorist, but I think there are a lot more would be omo fans out there who are either simply not aware of it, or are too ashamed by it. In any case, I just wish I could get an idea of how common it is to even know about omorashi. Most people have heard of pee fetishes in general, but I wonder how many know about this specific category.
  14. Stage desperation

    Wow! I am frankly a little shocked that that exists. I mean, this play was written in the early sixteen hundreds. Obviously, this staging of it played up the desperation a lot more than the original text necessarily implies, but still, this is without a doubt by far the earliest female desperation scene I've ever seen.
  15. I have been very confused about what exactly I am in terms of orientation for a while. First of all, I'm only really into omo stuff sexually, not traditional sexuality. So I'm not sure if there could be any sort of line between my omo interests and sexuality, since omo is the extent of my sexual interests. That being said, for most of my life I've only been into omo when it pertains to females. I was always slightly attracted to desperate guys, but there was also an "ew" factor to it that turned me off. But then one day, a year or two ago, I found a male video that was really doing for me for some reason. And I thought to myself, "huh, I think I could actually jack off to this. Wouldn't that be interesting?" And well, I did, and every since then I have been regularly watching and enjoying male content addition to female content. I still do like female desperation more than male, but sometimes I get in a mood where I want to see some male stuff. Also, even though I am now sexually attracted to guys (within the context of omo) I have never felt romantically attracted to a guy. At least I don't think so. So now I have no idea what I am. Am I straight? Am I bisexual? Am I asexual? I don't think the labels matter that much, but it is a little frustrating not fitting cleanly into the accepted spectrum of sexuality.